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    141123st — Mr Fixit vs Mr. Wreck-it published in Sunday Times on 23 Nov 2014

Cyril Ramaphosa intervened in Parliament this week to broker a deal between the African National Congress (ANC) and the main opposition parties to restore some order to the chaotic proceedings. Zuma’s refusal to fulfil his constitutional duty to take parliamentary questions was partly the cause …....

    141122tt — Perceptions published in The Times on 21 Nov 2014

Baleka Mbete is the speaker of parliament, a position that is supposed to be impartial. She is required to distance herself from the party in order to avoid a perception of bias and unfairness? She is also chairman of the ANC. In this position she has to protect the interests of the party. …....

    141120mg — The Cosby Sham published in Mail & Guardian on 20 Nov 2014

Thirty years ago, The Cosby Show was launched on NBC, and its star was catapulted into the comedic stratosphere. Bill Cosby played the role of America's Dad, with a No. 1-rated family sitcom, a runaway bestseller about fatherhood and a lucrative ad career built around his Everyman image. …....

    141118tt — The Return of the Remains published in The Times on 18 Nov 2014

Bodies of 74 S.Africans killed in Lagos church collapse flown home. A total of 116 people -- including 81 South Africans -- were killed on September 12 when a multi-storey guesthouse collapsed at a Lagos mega-church. The bodies were flown home aboard a cargo plane, two months after the …....

    141116st — Chaos in South African Parliament published in Sunday Times on 16 Nov 2014

Opposition parties shouted down National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete when she tried to prevent them bringing dozens of motions. Most of these were related to spending on so-called security upgrades at Zuma's private Nkandla homestead in KwaZulu-Natal, which Public Protector Thuli Madonsela …....

    141113mg — The Great Comet Probe Questions... published in Mail & Guardian on 13 Nov 2014

Launched on 2 March 2004 on an Ariane 5 rocket, Rosetta landed this week (12 November 2014) on the the 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko (67P) comet. Rosetta is a robotic space probe built and launched by the European Space Agency to perform a detailed study with both an orbiter, and lander module …....

    141113tt — Bafana Bafana Player Too Tired For Call up published in The Times on 13 Nov 2014

South Africa midfielder May Mahlangu has been banned from future squads for missing a training camp due to fatigue. South Africa coach "Shakes" Ephraim Mashaba claims May Mahlangu sent him an email telling him he was tired having played lots of games recently and therefore needed …....

    141111tt — How Long Can Vavi Remain in Cosatu without Numsa published in The Times on 11 Nov 2014

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), the country’s largest trade federation in partnership with the ruling African National Congress (ANC), expelled its largest member, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA). Tensions within Cosatu came to a head …....

    141109st — Chester Missing still tweeting Steve Hofmeyr despite court order published in Sunday Times on 9 Nov 2014

Steve Hofmeyr secured a court order in the Randburg Magistrate's Court on Wednesday against comedian and ventriloquist Conrad Koch to prevent his puppet from harassing the singer on Twitter but he continued to send tweets about Steve Hofmeyr despite the Afrikaans singer securing an interim …....

    141106mg — #Bring Back Bheki Cele published in Mail & Guardian on 6 Nov 2014

The solution to violent crime besieging South Africa is to bring back Bheki Cele as the country’s national police commissioner. This was the resounding message of Vosloorus, Ekurhuleni, residents on Tuesday as the “Bring back Bheki Cele” campaign gained impetus.

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